ABGPrint.com is committed to running an environmentally friendly business. Our green policy revolves around two equally important initiatives: responsibility and sustainability.
ABGPrint’s clients, employees, vendors, and community are at the core of the company’s social responsibility. As a leader in the New York City printing industry’s green movement, ABGPrint.com has made a commitment to the most sustainable products available.
ABGPrint.com’s Green Initiatives
ABGPrint.com procures recycled products, including paper and ink cartridges, and uses soy based inks to guarantee the highest standard of green printing excellence. We are proud that our paper supplier has earned the Forest Stewardship Council’s Certification and the Green Seal Certification. Our sustainable products include:
- 100% post-consumer waste recycled stock
- Soy based ink
- Non-chemical solvents
- Recycled ink cartridges
Environmental Management System (EMS)
ABGPrint.com’s EMS is designed to minimize environmental impact, with methods and processes directed at waste reduction and elimination of environmentally harmful substances. An essential element of ABGPrint.com’s EMS is our use of the latest energy efficient printing technology such as the Heidelberg Printmaster.
Forests are the lungs of the world. As an active member of the National Arbor Day Foundation, we donate a portion of our revenue to plant trees and invest in the future of the environment.
ABGPrint.com meets strict standards of the highest principles of business ethics and self-regulation.
As testament to our commitment to environment responsibility, ABGPrint.com and its paper supplier are recognized by the following institutions:
- The Wildlife Society
- American Forest & Paper Association
- Arbor Day Foundation
- Northeastern Lumber Manufacturers Association
- American Tree Farm System
- The Conservation Fund
- PACE International Union American Legislative Exchange Council
- Forest Resources Association
- Longleaf Alliance
- Pulp and Paper Workers Resource Council
- Legislative Exchange Council
- Society of American Foresters
- National Association of Conservation Districts
- The Tree Musketeers
- National Tree Trust
- Wildlife Habitat Council
- American Forests